The Databases tab of the single instance dashboard contains the Summary and Tempdb views. The Databases tab allows you to view the status of all the databases on the selected SQL Server instance and the tempdb database. Click image to view full size.

SQL Workload Analysis

You can launch SQL Workload Analysis from the SQLDM web console single instance view and its tabs. The icon Launch SWA located on the top-right side of the screen is available when your instance is registered in SQL Workload Analysis product.

Summary view

The Databases > Summary tab lists each database on the monitored SQL Server instance and provides a large variety of database statistics:

  • Database name
  • Status
  • Date Created
  • Last Backup
  • Files
  • Data File Size (MB)
  • Data Unused (MB)
  • Log File Size (MB)
  • Log Used (MB)

Multi-database selection

Select multiple databases to display as horizontal stacked bar charts.

Capacity Usage chart

You can choose to view how data or log is used on your database. The Capacity Usage drop-down list allows you to choose data or log in megabytes or percentages. You can select one or more databases in the Databases panel to display in the Capacity Usage chart. This chart provides information on the text, tables, indexes space, as well as the unused space of your database.

Tempdb view

The Databases > Tempdb tab allows you to view the status of your tempdb database on the selected SQL Server instance. Click image to view full size.

The Tempdb view contains the following charts:

  • Tempdb Space Used over Time (MB)
  • Version Store Cleanup Rate (KB/Sec)
  • Tempdb Space Used by File (MB)

For information on each chart, see Get the tempdb status summary.  

Access the Databases tab

The SQL Diagnostic Manager web console provides two paths to access the Databases tab. The first access path is by selecting the Databases tab of the single instance dashboard. You can also click the database category icon of a specific instance in the thumbnail view.

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